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morocco earthquake

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Full Disaster Overview :

At 22.11 UTC on September 8, 2023, a severe earthquake of a magnitude of 6.8 impacted Morocco at a depth of 18.5 kilometres. The epicentre was located in the High Atlas Mountains, 71 kilometres (44 miles) south of Marrakesh. Marrakesh, with a population of 840,000 people, is the most affected city. Several houses have fallen, while other buildings suffer structural damage, according to media reports. The epicentral region is sparsely inhabited. According to national media, the death toll has reached at least 820 as of 12:00 a.m., and this figure is expected to rise during the day. The ERCC launched the Copernicus satellite mapping service as well as the Aristotle emergency reporting system.

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Morocco earthquake Life back to Normal :

More than a week after a catastrophic Morocco earthquake killed hundreds of People, the old city of Marrakech has begun to welcome visitors back.

According to government data, a magnitude 7 Morocco earthquake rocked central , southwest of Marrakech, on September 8, killing 3,000 people and injuring 6,125.

Several tourism and historical landmarks in Marrakech, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and other Moroccan cities have been damaged by the tremor.

The old city district known as Medina, with its mediaeval walls and small passageways, the world-famous Jemaa el-Fna square and bazaar, and the towering minarets of the Kotoubia were all damaged in Marrakech.

However, following last year’s events, groups of visitors have begun to return to the city.

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